The ANZAC Dedication: For the Fallen
by Laurence Binyon

They shall not grow old,
As we that are left grow old.
Age shall not weary them,
Nor the years condemn.

At the going down of the sun,
And in the morning,
We will remember them.
We will remember them.

by Gary Crew & Shaun Tan
Memorial is a story about a tree planted beside a war memorial monument, in a small country town by returned servicemen. Years on, the tree has grown to be huge and unruly, dislodging the statue next to it and creating a traffic hazard in what is now a much larger, busier town. A decision is made by a local council to cut the tree down.
My Grandad Marches on Anzac Day  by Catriona Hoy 
Every year at bedtime on 24th of April thousands of families set their alarm clocks for a very early start the next morning. For some, it is the only day of the year that they get to see the dawn. They rug up in hats, coats, gloves and scarves and head for the local war memorial to participate in the Dawn Service to  commemorate the events of 25th April 1915.
This story tells of one family's involvement in this day, but at the same time it is a story that is true for many families. This book can be used to help younger students begin to understand the significance of Anzac Day, as well as expanding the knowledge of those who know a little about it already.
Simpson and his Donkey  by Mark Greenwood : The heroic story of one man and a donkey.
A poignant account of the story of John Simpson Kirkpatrick and how he and his donkey, Duffy, rescued over 300 men during the campaign at Gallipoli. Backed by detailed research, the text includes a brief biography of the man, details of his work at Gallipoli and also the little known story of how, without realising, he rescued his childhood friend. (beautiful graphics)

Anzac Biscuits  by Phil Cummings & Owen Swan 
Rachel is in the kitchen, warm and safe. Her father is in the trenches, cold and afraid. When Rachel makes biscuits for her father, she adds the love, warmth and hope that he needs. This is a touching story of a family torn apart by war but brought together through the powerful simplicity of Anzac Biscuits. (this a beautifully simple story with a gentle heart-warming ending)

Vietnam Diary  by Mark Wilson
A powerful and moving story about the bonds of brotherhood and the tragedy of war. Leigh and Jason are inseparable. But when Jason is conscripted and sent to fight in Vietnam, they are divided not just by distance, but by their beliefs about war. Ages 10+. A brand new book to honour our Vietnam veterans on Anzac Day.